Miso for Radiation Protection

Radiation poisoning happens when our thyroid gland absorbs the airborne radioactive iodine. That’s why the Japanese government has issued iodine pills for their nearby communities. You want to take a healthy source of iodine before exposure to flood the thyroid so it will not absorb the radioactive variety. http://www.livescience.com/13203-japan-nuclear-meltdown-iodide-pills-work.html
 
Potassium Iodine is the ingestible supplement. I feel, a better way to approach it is Miso soup  and seaweed. Check out just one of the many articles I found about radiation/miso/seaweed http://therawdiet.blogspot.com/2006/01/miso-and-radiation.html
 
Here’s a link to the Jetstream image http://www.stormsurfing.com/cgi/display_alt.cgi?a=glob_250
 

Please tell everyone to drink at least one cup of Miso a day and to begin IMMEDIATELY. Please encourage them to use seaweed salt/seasoning substitutes daily. The iodine supplementation must happen BEFORE exposure. Miso and seaweed have many great health benefits besides.

Our land is in danger because it is in the direct path of escaping radioactive isotopes with half-lives of anything from 8 days to a million years. Our food and water supply is in danger of being contaminated by the fallout.

The radiation gets into our thyroids, our stomachs, our bone marrow in the long term. Take daily iodine supplements and carefully monitor your food and water supplies. In the short term, try to limit your outdoor exposure. This is probably a good time to pay attention to the news. Listen between the words; ignore the double-speak. If the damn thing exploded or if the core was exposed – there is radioactive fallout in the atmosphere as a direct result and don’t let them fake you out with their rhetoric.

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